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BJP failed to fulfill promises made during Assembly elections: Mula Ram
5/19/2019 10:24:42 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, May 19: District Congress Committee, Jammu Rural said that the government has failed in providing basic amenities like water, power and ration to the common person of the State.
Addressing public meeting here on Sunday at Raipur Domana constituency, Mula Ram, former Minister and Senior Congress leader asserted that the unprecedented shortage of basic amenities in Jammu highlighted the apathy of the previous BJP Government, which had failed to address the issues of people. He said that there is a strong resentment among the people of Jammu district against previous government as it has not fulfilled its promises made at the time of Assembly elections. "The previous BJP Government has failed to provide basic amenities to the people of Nagrota Constituency. The common masses have been facing problems like acute shortage of drinking water, dilapidated condition of roads, ration scarcity, lack of health care facilities and many more," he said.
Hari Singh Chib, President DCC Rural lambasted the BJP leaders for not showing its serious concern towards the plights of common masses.
Hari Singh exhorted the party workers to reach to the people in every nook and corner in order to make people aware about the programmes and policies of Congress Party. He asked the Congress workers to expose the falsehood of BJP in Jammu region, which sought mandate on false promises and unachievable slogans besides divisive agenda.
He said Congress by way of its pro-people policies is the only viable regional alternative for the people of the state. He said the previous BJP regime has failed to do anything good for the people of State except strengthening the instrument of oppression to unleash terror on them.
Chib urged upon the government to enhance ration quota, sugar quota and provide water tankers to the Kandi areas of Jammu district besides giving fertilizer and seeds at subsidized rates.
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